Category: Leadership

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How to Stop Forgetting and Follow Through

An old Proverb says, “The faintest ink is more powerful than the strongest memory.” You know that moment when a thought crashes into your mind? Perhaps it is something you need to do. Maybe it is something you need to

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How to Get your Portable Church into a Permanent Building

I used to think that a church did not need a building. In fact, I spent the first five years of our church plant telling people that we didn’t need a building because the “People are the church and not

A New (Improved) Allowance System for Kids

We have a new system for our kids allowance. I am convinced that it is a great new system, as I’ve personally seen the response from my kids and rewards it has brought them. Since our four kids were small,

10 Things Kids (and Adults) Can Do Instead of Watching TV

TV seems to be a wonderful babysitter. You can buy hours of peace and quiet by simply turning on the TV. Few thinking parents, however, are comfortable with kids watching TV nonstop. Excessive TV watching does not promote thinking, growing,

How to Rest When You’re On the Run

Last week on a hot, sunny, dry day, I took a four-mile trail run with my 12-year-old son. Jackson is a cross-country runner and runs sub 7-minute miles. Because of the heat we were both more tired than normal during

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